7 junio, 2024

The 52 best phrases of Interstellar

interstellar (2014) is a British-American-Canadian produced science fiction film. It was directed by Christopher Nolan and starred Matthew McConaughey, along with Anne Hathaway, Michael Caine, Matt Damon and Jessica Chastain. It is an epic drama, set in a dystopian future, where it is not certain that humanity can survive due to difficulties in practicing agriculture, since there is not enough food.

The film was inspired by the work of theoretical physicist Kip Thorne, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics, who focused on gravitational waves, black holes, and stellar evolution. In fact, Thorne was a science consultant on the film. It deals with the possibilities of traveling through time and space.

We have made a selection with the best phrases of interstellarwinner of the Oscar for Best Visual Effects, and nominated for best sound, best soundtrack and best production design.

The best phrases of interstellar

-You might have to decide between seeing your children again and the future of the human race. -Doc Brand.

-Look, I’m glad you’re excited about gravity, friend, but you’re not going to get any more answers until you give me guarantees, like we’re going to get out of here. And I don’t mean in the trunk of some car. -Cooper.

-You will see that time here is represented as a physical dimension. You have realized that you can exert a force through the fabric of space-time. -TARS.

-Gravity. To send a message. Gravity can cross dimensions, including time. -Cooper.

-There are mountains! To the mountains! -Brand.
-Those are not mountains, they are waves. -Cooper.

-Cooper, this is not the time to be careful! -CASE.

-I don’t know what scares me more: that they never return, or that they return to realize that we have failed. -Doc Brand.

-Is everyone alright? Are there enough slaves for my robot colony? -TARS.

-This world is a treasure, Don; but he’s been telling us to go away for some time now. -Cooper.

-I feel good. -Doyle.

-Love is the only thing that transcends time and space. Maybe we should trust that, even if we can’t understand it. -Professor Brand.

-Popcorn in a ball game is unnatural. I want a hot dog. -Donald.

-Hey, TARS, what’s your honesty rate? -Cooper.
-Ninety percent. -TARS.
-Ninety percent? -Cooper.
– Absolute honesty is not always the most diplomatic or the safest form of communication with sentient beings. -TARS.

I have a light I can turn on to show I’m kidding if you want. So you can find your way back to the ship when I mess up the pressurization lock. [luz parpadea] -TARS.

-Don’t be soft with the night. Fury, fury against the dying of the light. -Professor Brand.

-Well, this little maneuver is going to cost us 51 years! -Cooper.
-Well, you don’t sound so bad for a man close to 120. -Doctor Brand.

«I know what morse code is, Murph, I just don’t think your bookseller is trying to talk to you.» -Cooper.

-We want to go down fast, don’t we? -Cooper.
-In fact, what we want is to get there in one piece. -Doc Brand.

-You’re feeling it, aren’t you? The survival instinct. That was what gave me strength. That is what gives us all strength. And that is what will save us. Because I’m going to save us all. For you Cooper. -Dr. Mann.

-Dr. Mann, there’s a 50/50 chance that he’s going to kill himself. -Cooper.
Those are the best odds I’ve had in years. -Dr. Mann.

-Our greatest achievements cannot be before us, because our destiny lies upon us. -Cooper.

-Potentially habitable worlds within our reach. -Doyle.
-They could save us from our extinction. -Brand.

-Time is relative, okay? It can be lengthened and compacted, but it cannot go backwards. It just can’t. The only thing that can move through dimensions, like time, is gravity. -Doc Brand.

I have children, Professor. -Cooper.
-Then go out there and save them. -Professor Brand.

-Murphy’s Law does not mean that something bad will happen. It means that whatever can happen will happen. And that sounded just right to us. -Cooper.

«You know, one of those useless machines they used to make was MRI machines, and if we’d had any of those doctors, they would have found the tumor in my wife’s brain before she died and not after she died, and she’d be sitting here listening to me.» -Cooper.

-I think it was excellent propaganda, that the Soviets spent bankruptcy on rockets and other useless machines, and that if we do not want to repeat the excess and waste of the 20th century, we must teach our children to take care of the planet, not give them the idea of ​​leaving it. . -Ms. Kelly.

-I love you forever. Can you hear me? I love you forever. And I will return. I’m coming back. -Cooper.

-Newton’s third law. You should always leave something behind. -Cooper.

-Cooper, you can’t ask TARS to do this for us. -Doc Brand.
-Is a robot. You don’t need to ask him to do anything. -Cooper.
-Cooper, you fucking son of a bitch! -Doc Brand.
-It was what we wanted, Dr. Brand. It’s our only chance to save the people on Earth. -TARS.

-CASE, go get her! -Doyle.

-We used to look at the sky and wonder where our place was in the stars, now we just look down and worry about our place on Earth. -Cooper.

-Listen when I tell you that love is not something we invented. It is observable, it is powerful. It has to mean something. -Professor Brand.

-We need the bravest human beings to find us a new home. -Professor Brand.
-But the nearest star is more than a thousand years away. -Cooper.
-Hence the requirement of bravery. -Doyle.

Parents are the ghosts of their children’s future. I can’t be your ghost anymore, Murph. -Cooper.

-We’re not supposed to save the world. We must leave it. -Professor Brand.

-I wouldn’t abandon him… Dr. Brand. -TARS.

-Our mission is to find a planet which can house the people who are living on Earth right now. Plan A won’t work if the people of Earth are dead by the time we get it done. -Cooper.

Don’t judge me, Cooper. You were never tested the way I was tested. Few men have been. -Dr. Mann.

-Is everyone ready to say goodbye to our solar system? -Cooper.
-To our galaxy. -Romilly.

-Come on, TARS! -Cooper.

-You can’t just think about your family right now. You have to think bigger than that. -Doyle.
I’m thinking of my family and millions of other families. -Cooper.

-Step aside, Professor, step aside! -TARS.

-A machine cannot improvise well because you cannot program the fear of death. Our survival instinct is our greatest source of inspiration. -Dr. Mann.

-Cooper, you were thinking of getting home! I was trying to do the right thing! -Professor Brand.

-The human race was born on Earth… it was never supposed to die here. -Cooper.

-A wormhole is not a natural phenomenon. Someone put it there, and whoever they are seems to be looking for us. -Doc Brand.

-I do not fear death. I am an old physicist, I am afraid of time. -Professor Brand.

Oh, we’re not ready for this. We have the survival skills of a boy scout troop. -Cooper.

-We have always been characterized by our ability to overcome the impossible. (…) Those moments when we dare to go higher, break barriers, reach for the stars and make the unknown known. -Cooper.

-We have lost all that, or perhaps we have forgotten that we are still pioneers and we are just beginning.

-When you become a parent, one thing becomes truly clear. And that’s making sure your kids feel safe. That rules out telling a 10-year-old that the world is going to end. -Cooper.

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